Named among Canada’s Best 20 Less than 20, he founded the cellular marketing company Kiip, which redefines how brands connect to consumers through a rewards platform that targets “achievement moments” in cellular online games and apps. He led important publisher and technology partnerships in the interpersonal information website Digg.com, where he accelerated the company’s mobile phone presence by starting the Digg Google android mobile phone app. He previously became the youngest person to ever receive capital raising funding after getting his Bachelor of Business from the University or college of English Columbia when he was simply 18 years of age. Kiip was identified by Forbes among the “4 Warm Online Ad Businesses to put up Your View List,” and outlined on Fast Company’s “50 STATE-OF-THE-ART Businesses.” Brian himself was outlined by Business Insider like a “Best 25 Under 25 in Silicon Valley,” “30 Under 30 in Marketing” and among the “18 MOST SIGNIFICANT People in Mobile phone Marketing.” He was created in Vancouver, Canada. He and Alexis Ohanian had been both called to Forbes’ “30 under 30” on multiple events.